Foods that Aid in the Treatment of Rheumatism


1.Eat Healthy Foods

There’s no perfect meal plan to help you feel better if you’ve got RA, but go for a variety of nutritious foods. It’s good for your overall well-being and weight. You might try the Mediterranean diet, which features fish, whole grains, and fruits and veggies that may lower the inflammation caused by your disease.


2.Get Fishy

Omega-3 fatty acids in salmon, tuna, trout, and other cold-water fish can fight inflammation, which can help aching joints and morning stiffness. Eat about two 3-ounce servings of fish each week.